Professional Artist Daniel Greene


DANIEL E. GREENE, N.A. IS A FORMER INSTRUCTOR OF PAINTING AT THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN AND THE ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OF NEW YORK. HE IS THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOK "PASTEL" THAT WAS IN PRINT FOR 25 YEARS AND "THE ART OF PASTEL", WHICH WERE PUBLISHED IN ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN AND CHINESE. HE HAS TAUGHT OVER 10,000 STUDENTS, AND HIS BOOKS AND VIDEOS HAVE REACHED IN EXCESS OF 100,000 ARTISTS WORLDWIDE.

IN 1983, THE PASTEL SOCIETY OF AMERICA ELECTED HIM TO THE PASTEL HALL OF FAME. IN 1989, HIS WORK REPRESENTED THE UNITED STATES AT THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF PASTEL IN SAN QUENTIN, FRANCE. IN 1992, HE WAS AWARDED AMERICAN ARTIST'S MAGAZINE'S FIRST LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN THE CATEGORY OF OIL PAINTING AND THE OIL PAINTERS OF AMERICA SOCIETY NAMED HIM TO THEIR HALL OF FAME. IN 1995, THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PORTRAIT ARTISTS PRESENTED THE JOHN SINGER SARGENT AWARD TO DANIEL GREENE FOR LIFE LONG DEDICATION TO THE ACHIEVEMENT OF EXCELLENCE IN PORTRAITURE. IN 2001, HE WAS AWARDED THE GOLD MEDAL OF THE AMERICAN PORTRAIT SOCIETY. IN 2003, MR. GREENE WAS THE ANNUAL HONOREE OF THE SALMAGUNDI CLUB AND WAS PRESENTED THEIR GOLD MEDAL.

MR. GREENE'S PAINTINGS AND PASTELS ARE IN OVER 700 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES AND ABROAD. HE HAS BEEN THE RECIPIENT OF THE ELIZABETH T. GREENSHIELDS FOUNDATION GRANT AND THE ANNA LEE STACEY GRANT. FOUR HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITIONS OF MR. GREENE'S SUBWAY SERIES APPEARED AT GALLERY HENOCH IN NEW YORK AND WERE FEATURED ON ABC-TV, NEWS DAY DOT COM, FOX NEWS, PBS, CNN, NEW YORK 1, NBC, NHK TV JAPAN, THE NEW YORK TIMES AND IN OVER 50 INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. HIS RECENT EXHIBITION " SUBWAY PAINTINGS" AT THE NEW YORK TRANSIT MUSEUM AT GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL WAS THE INAUGURAL EVENT IN THE CENTENNIAL YEAR OF THE NEW YORK SUBWAY AND A COMPILATION OF HIS SUBWAY PAINTINGS REPRESENTED NEW YORK CITY ON THE COVER OF THE OFFICIAL GUIDE TO THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION.

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